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    1. Yan, CN; Pendola, FL; Jacob, R; Lau, AL; Eppig, JJ; Matzuk, MM
      Oosp1 encodes a novel mouse oocyte-secreted protein

      GENESIS
    2. Yan, CN; Matzuk, MM
      Transgenic models of ovarian failure

      JOURNAL OF THE SOCIETY FOR GYNECOLOGIC INVESTIGATION
    3. Matzuk, MM
      Eggs in the balance

      NATURE GENETICS
    4. Chang, H; Matzuk, MM
      Smad5 is required for mouse primordial germ cell development

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    5. Yan, CN; Wang, P; DeMayo, J; DeMayo, FJ; Elvin, JA; Carino, C; Prasad, SV; Skinner, SS; Dunbar, BS; Dube, JL; Celeste, AJ; Matzuk, MM
      Synergistic roles of bone morphogenetic protein 15 and growth differentiation factor 9 in ovarian function

      MOLECULAR ENDOCRINOLOGY
    6. Cipriano, SC; Chen, L; Burns, KH; Koff, A; Matzuk, MM
      Inhibin and p27 interact to regulate gonadal tumorigenesis

      MOLECULAR ENDOCRINOLOGY
    7. Chang, H; Lau, AL; Matzuk, MM
      Studying TGF-beta superfamily signaling by knockouts and knockins

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR ENDOCRINOLOGY
    8. Shi, ZZ; Han, B; Habib, GM; Matzuk, MM; Lieberman, MW
      Disruption of gamma-glutamyl leukotrienase results in disruption of leukotriene D-4 synthesis in vivo and attenuation of the acute inflammatory response

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    9. Abu-Elheiga, L; Matzuk, MM; Abo-Hashema, KAH; Wakil, SJ
      Continuous fatty acid oxidation and reduced fat storage in mice lacking acetyl-CoA carboxylase 2

      SCIENCE
    10. Kumar, TR; Varani, S; Wreford, NG; Telfer, NM; de Kretser, DM; Matzuk, MM
      Male reproductive phenotypes in double mutant mice lacking both FSH beta and activin receptor IIA

      ENDOCRINOLOGY
    11. Burns, KH; Yan, CN; Kumar, TR; Matzuk, MM
      Analysis of ovarian gene expression in follicle-stimulating hormone beta knockout mice

      ENDOCRINOLOGY
    12. Wreford, NG; Kumar, TR; Matzuk, MM; De Kretser, DM
      Analysis of the testicular phenotype of the follicle-stimulating hormone beta-subunit knockout and the activin type II receptor knockout mice by stereological analysis

      ENDOCRINOLOGY
    13. Durlinger, ALL; Gruijters, MJG; Kramer, P; Karels, B; Kumar, TR; Matzuk, MM; Rose, UM; de Jong, FH; Uilenbroek, JTJ; Grootegoed, JA; Themmen, APN
      Anti-Mullerian hormone attenuates the effects of FSH on follicle development in the mouse ovary

      ENDOCRINOLOGY
    14. Jeffs, B; Meeks, JJ; Ito, M; Martinson, FA; Matzuk, MM; Jameson, JL; Russell, LD
      Blockage of the rete testis and efferent ductules by ectopic Sertoli and Leydig cells causes infertility in Dax1-deficient male mice

      ENDOCRINOLOGY
    15. Elvin, JA; Matzuk, MM
      Control of ovarian function

      TRANSGENICS IN ENDOCRINOLOGY
    16. Brown, CW; Houston-Hawkins, DE; Woodruff, TK; Matzuk, MM
      Insertion of Inhbb into the Inhba locus rescues the Inhba-null phenotype and reveals new activin functions

      NATURE GENETICS
    17. Ferguson, JN; Young, LJ; Hearn, EF; Matzuk, MM; Insel, TR; Winslow, JT
      Social amnesia in mice lacking the oxytocin gene

      NATURE GENETICS
    18. Davis, AA; Matzuk, MM; Reh, TA
      Activin A promotes progenitor differentiation into photoreceptors in rodent retina

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR NEUROSCIENCE
    19. Lorenzetti, D; Watase, K; Xu, BS; Matzuk, MM; Orr, HT; Zoghbi, HY
      Repeat instability and motor incoordination in mice with a targeted expanded CAG repeat in the Sca1 locus

      HUMAN MOLECULAR GENETICS
    20. Pierson, TM; Wang, YL; DeMayo, FJ; Matzuk, MM; Tsai, SY; O'Malley, BW
      Regulable expression of inhibin A in wild-type and inhibin alpha null mice

      MOLECULAR ENDOCRINOLOGY
    21. Matzuk, MM
      Revelations of ovarian follicle biology from gene knockout mice

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR ENDOCRINOLOGY
    22. Elvin, JA; Yan, CN; Matzuk, MM
      Oocyte-expressed TGF-beta superfamily members in female fertility

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR ENDOCRINOLOGY
    23. Lau, AL; Kumar, TR; Nishimori, K; Bonadio, J; Matzuk, MM
      Activin beta C and beta E genes are not essential for mouse liver growth, differentiation, and regeneration

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    24. Elvin, JA; Yan, CN; Matzuk, MM
      Growth differentiation factor-9 stimulates progesterone synthesis in granulosa cells via a prostaglandin E-2/EP2 receptor pathway

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    25. Shi, ZZ; Osei-Frimpong, J; Kala, G; Kala, SV; Barrios, RJ; Habib, GM; Lukin, DJ; Danney, CM; Matzuk, MM; Lieberman, MW
      Glutathione synthesis is essential for mouse development but not for cell growth in culture

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    26. Kirkpatrick, LL; Matzuk, MM; Dodds, DC; Perin, MS
      Biochemical interactions of the neuronal pentraxins - Neuronal pentraxin (NP) receptor binds to taipoxin and taipoxin-associated calcium-binding protein 49 via NP1 and NP2

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    27. Winslow, JT; Hearn, EF; Ferguson, J; Young, LJ; Matzuk, MM; Insel, TR
      Infant vocalization, adult aggression, and fear behavior of an oxytocin null mutant mouse

      HORMONES AND BEHAVIOR
    28. Matzuk, MM
      Editorial: In search of binding-identification of inhibin receptors

      ENDOCRINOLOGY
    29. Cipriano, SC; Chen, L; Kumar, TR; Matzuk, MM
      Follistatin is a modulator of gonadal tumor progression and the activin-induced wasting syndrome in inhibin-deficient mice

      ENDOCRINOLOGY
    30. Kumar, TR; Wiseman, AL; Kala, G; Kala, SV; Matzuk, MM; Lieberman, MW
      Reproductive defects in gamma-glutamyl transpeptidase-deficient mice

      ENDOCRINOLOGY
    31. Lin, X; Wei, G; Shi, ZZ; Dryer, L; Esko, JD; Wells, DE; Matzuk, MM
      Disruption of gastrulation and heparan sulfate biosynthesis in EXT1-deficient mice

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    32. Chang, H; Zwijsen, A; Vogel, H; Huylebroeck, D; Matzuk, MM
      Smad5 is essential for left-right asymmetry in mice

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    33. Kumar, TR; Matzuk, MM
      Gene knockout models to study the hypothalamic-pituitary-gonadal axis

      GENE ENGINEERING IN ENDOCRINOLOGY
    34. Chang, H; Huylebroeck, D; Verschueren, K; Guo, QX; Matzuk, MM; Zwijsen, A
      Smad5 knockout mice die at mid-gestation due to multiple embryonic and extraembryonic defects

      DEVELOPMENT
    35. Kumar, TR; Palapattu, G; Wang, P; Woodruff, TK; Boime, I; Byrne, MC; Matzuk, MM
      Transgenic models to study gonadotropin function: The role of follicle-stimulating hormone in gonadal growth and tumorigenesis

      MOLECULAR ENDOCRINOLOGY
    36. Elvin, JA; Yan, CN; Wang, P; Nishimori, K; Matzuk, MM
      Molecular characterization of the follicle defects in the growth differentiation factor 9-deficient ovary

      MOLECULAR ENDOCRINOLOGY
    37. Elvin, JA; Clark, AT; Wang, P; Wolfman, NM; Matzuk, MM
      Paracrine actions of growth differentiation factor-9 in the mammalian ovary

      MOLECULAR ENDOCRINOLOGY
    38. Gold, BG; Densmore, V; Shou, W; Matzuk, MM; Gordon, HS
      Immunophilin FK506-binding protein 52 (Not FK506-binding protein 12) mediates the neurotrophic action of FK506

      JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY AND EXPERIMENTAL THERAPEUTICS
    39. LIU D; MATZUK MM; SUNG WK; GUO QX; WANG P; WOLGEMUTH DJ
      CYCLIN A1 IS REQUIRED FOR MEIOSIS IN THE MALE-MOUSE

      Nature genetics
    40. BASSING CH; SHOU WN; MUIR S; HEITMAN J; MATZUK MM; WANG XF
      FKBP12 IS NOT REQUIRED FOR THE MODULATION OF TRANSFORMING-GROWTH-FACTOR-BETA RECEPTOR-I SIGNALING ACTIVITY IN EMBRYONIC FIBROBLASTS AND THYMOCYTES

      Cell growth & differentiation
    41. JHAVERI S; ERZURUMLU RS; CHIAIA N; KUMAR TR; MATZUK MM
      DEFECTIVE WHISKER FOLLICLES AND ALTERED BRAIN-STEM PATTERNS IN ACTIVIN AND FOLLISTATIN KNOCKOUT MICE

      Molecular and cellular neurosciences (Print)
    42. FERGUSON CA; TUCKER AS; CHRISTENSEN L; LAU AL; MATZUK MM; SHARPE PT
      ACTIVIN IS AN ESSENTIAL EARLY MESENCHYMAL SIGNAL IN TOOTH DEVELOPMENTTHAT IS REQUIRED FOR PATTERNING OF THE MURINE DENTITION

      Genes & development
    43. LI QT; KARAM SM; COERVER KA; MATZUK MM; GORDON JI
      STIMULATION OF ACTIVIN RECEPTOR-II SIGNALING PATHWAYS INHIBITS DIFFERENTIATION OF MULTIPLE GASTRIC EPITHELIAL LINEAGES

      Molecular endocrinology
    44. DUBE JL; WANG P; ELVIN J; LYONS KM; CELESTE AJ; MATZUK MM
      THE BONE MORPHOGENETIC PROTEIN-15 GENE IS X-LINKED AND EXPRESSED IN OOCYTES

      Molecular endocrinology
    45. GUO QX; KUMAR TR; WOODRUFF T; HADSELL LA; DEMAYO FJ; MATZUK MM
      OVEREXPRESSION OF MOUSE FOLLISTATIN CAUSES REPRODUCTIVE DEFECTS IN TRANSGENIC MICE

      Molecular endocrinology
    46. PALAPATTU GS; BAO SD; KUMAR TR; MATZUK MM
      TRANSGENIC MOUSE MODELS FOR TUMOR-SUPPRESSOR GENES

      Cancer detection and prevention
    47. MATILLA A; ROBERSON ED; BANFI S; MORALES J; ARMSTRONG DL; BURRIGHT EN; ORR HT; SWEATT JD; ZOGHBI HY; MATZUK MM
      MICE LACKING ATAXIN-1 DISPLAY LEARNING-DEFICITS AND DECREASED HIPPOCAMPAL PAIRED-PULSE FACILITATION

      The Journal of neuroscience
    48. SHOU WN; AGHDASI B; ARMSTRONG DL; GUO QX; BAO SD; CHARNG MJ; MATHEWS LM; SCHNEIDER MD; HAMILTON SL; MATZUK MM
      CARDIAC DEFECTS AND ALTERED RYANODINE RECEPTOR FUNCTION IN MICE LACKING FKBP12

      Nature
    49. HABIB GM; SHI ZZ; CUEVAS AA; GUO QX; MATZUK MM; LIEBERMAN MW
      LEUKOTRIENE D-4 AND CYSTINYL-BIS-GLYCINE METABOLISM IN MEMBRANE-BOUNDDIPEPTIDASE-DEFICIENT MICE

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    50. DRAPER LB; MATZUK MM; ROBERTS VJ; COX E; WEISS J; MATHER JP; WOODRUFF TK
      IDENTIFICATION OF AN INHIBIN RECEPTOR IN GONADAL TUMORS FROM INHIBIN ALPHA-SUBUNIT KNOCKOUT MICE

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    51. MATZUK MM; DIONNE L; GUO QX; KUMAR TR; LEBOVITZ RM
      OVARIAN-FUNCTION IN SUPEROXIDE-DISMUTASE-1 AND SUPEROXIDE-DISMUTASE-2KNOCKOUT MICE

      Endocrinology
    52. KUMAR TR; LOW MJ; MATZUK MM
      GENETIC RESCUE OF FOLLICLE-STIMULATING-HORMONE BETA-DEFICIENT MICE

      Endocrinology
    53. LAU AL; GUO QX; BONADIO J; MATZUK MM
      IN-VIVO FUNCTIONS OF LIVER-SPECIFIC TGF-BETA SUPERFAMILY MEMBERS

      Developmental biology (Print)
    54. Carabatsos, MJ; Elvin, J; Matzuk, MM; Albertini, DF
      Characterization of oocyte and follicle development in growth differentiation factor-9-deficient mice

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    55. MATZUK MM
      GENE KNOCKOUTS - PRACTICAL CONSIDERATIONS AND EXPECTATIONS

      Biology of reproduction
    56. ALBERTINI DF; ELVIN J; MATZUK MM; CARABATSOS MJ
      GROWTH-DIFFERENTIATION FACTOR-9 - A NOVEL TGF-BETA FAMILY MEMBER THATREGULATES OVARIAN FOLLICULAR DEVELOPMENT

      Biology of reproduction
    57. KUMAR TR; WANG Y; LU NF; MATZUK MM
      FOLLICLE-STIMULATING-HORMONE IS REQUIRED FOR OVARIAN FOLLICLE MATURATION BUT NOT MALE-FERTILITY

      Nature genetics
    58. ZHOU J; KUMAR TR; MATZUK MM; BONDY C
      INSULIN-LIKE-GROWTH-FACTOR-I REGULATES GONADOTROPIN RESPONSIVENESS INTHE MURINE OVARY

      Molecular endocrinology
    59. BENARIE N; BELLEN HJ; ARMSTRONG DL; MCCALL AE; GORDADZE PR; GUO QX; MATZUK MM; ZOGHBI HY
      MATH1 IS ESSENTIAL FOR GENESIS OF CEREBELLAR GRANULE NEURONS

      Nature
    60. YOUNG LJ; WINSLOW JT; WANG ZX; GINGRICH B; GUO QX; MATZUK MM; INSEL TR
      GENE TARGETING APPROACHES TO NEUROENDOCRINOLOGY - OXYTOCIN, MATERNAL-BEHAVIOR, AND AFFILIATION

      Hormones and behavior
    61. NILSSON C; PETTERSSON K; MILLAR RP; COERVER KA; MATZUK MM; HUHTANIEMI IT; SAVONTAUS ML; PUNAB M; PISAREK H; KULA K; PETTERSON TM; VANSANTBRINK JB; FAUSER BCJM; CLAYTON RN; BECKPECCOZ P; FUJIEDA K; ARIBARG A; WANG CN
      WORLDWIDE FREQUENCY OF A COMMON GENETIC VARIANT OF LUTEINIZING-HORMONE - AN INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH

      Fertility and sterility
    62. SHOU WN; WOODRUFF TK; MATZUK MM
      ROLE OF ANDROGENS IN TESTICULAR-TUMOR DEVELOPMENT IN INHIBIN-DEFICIENT MICE

      Endocrinology
    63. MISHINA Y; REY R; FINEGOLD MJ; MATZUK MM; JOSSO N; CATE RL; BEHRINGER RR
      GENETIC-ANALYSIS OF THE MULLERIAN-INHIBITING SUBSTANCE SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION PATHWAY IN MAMMALIAN SEXUAL-DIFFERENTIATION

      Genes & development
    64. COERVER KA; WOODRUFF TK; FINEGOLD MJ; MATHER J; BRADLEY A; MATZUK MM
      ACTIVIN SIGNALING THROUGH ACTIVIN RECEPTOR TYPE-II CAUSES THE CACHEXIA-LIKE SYMPTOMS IN INHIBIN-DEFICIENT MICE

      Molecular endocrinology
    65. LAU AL; NISHIMORI K; MATZUK MM
      STRUCTURAL-ANALYSIS OF THE MOUSE ACTIVIN BETA-C GENE

      Biochimica et biophysica acta, N. Gene structure and expression
    66. DONG JW; ALBERTINI DF; NISHIMORI K; KUMAR TR; LU NF; MATZUK MM
      GROWTH-DIFFERENTIATION FACTOR-IX IS REQUIRED DURING EARLY OVARIAN FOLLICULOGENESIS

      Nature
    67. NISHIMORI K; YOUNG LJ; GUO QX; WANG ZX; INSEL TR; MATZUK MM
      OXYTOCIN IS REQUIRED FOR NURSING BUT IS NOT ESSENTIAL FOR PARTURITIONOR REPRODUCTIVE-BEHAVIOR

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    68. LEBOVITZ RM; ZHANG HJ; VOGEL H; CARTWRIGHT J; DIONNE L; LU NF; HUANG S; MATZUK MM
      NEURODEGENERATION, MYOCARDIAL INJURY, AND PERINATAL DEATH IN MITOCHONDRIAL SUPEROXIDE DISMUTASE-DEFICIENT MICE

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    69. LIEBERMAN MW; WISEMAN AL; SHI ZZ; CARTER BZ; BARRIOS R; OU CN; CHEVEZBARRIOS P; WANG Y; HABIB GM; GOODMAN JC; HUANG SL; LEBOVITZ RM; MATZUK MM
      GROWTH-RETARDATION AND CYSTEINE DEFICIENCY IN GAMMA-GLUTAMYL TRANSPEPTIDASE-DEFICIENT MICE

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    70. ROBERTS VJ; BENTLEY CA; GUO Q; MATZUK MM; WOODRUFF TK
      TISSUE-SPECIFIC BINDING OF RADIOLABELED ACTIVIN-A BY ACTIVIN RECEPTORS AND FOLLISTATIN IN POSTIMPLANTATION RAT AND MOUSE EMBRYOS

      Endocrinology
    71. KUMAR TR; WANG Y; MATZUK MM
      GONADOTROPINS ARE ESSENTIAL MODIFIER FACTORS FOR GONADAL TUMOR-DEVELOPMENT IN INHIBIN-DEFICIENT MICE

      Endocrinology
    72. MATZUK MM
      FUNCTIONAL-ANALYSIS OF MAMMALIAN MEMBERS OF THE TRANSFORMING GROWTH-FACTOR-BETA SUPERFAMILY

      Trends in endocrinology and metabolism
    73. KUMAR TR; DONEHOWER LA; BRADLEY A; MATZUK MM
      TRANSGENIC MOUSE MODELS FOR TUMOR-SUPPRESSOR GENES

      Journal of internal medicine
    74. MATZUK MM; FINEGOLD MJ; MISHINA Y; BRADLEY A; BEHRINGER RR
      SYNERGISTIC EFFECTS OF INHIBINS AND MULLERIAN-INHIBITING SUBSTANCE ONTESTICULAR TUMORIGENESIS

      Molecular endocrinology
    75. KUMAR TR; KELLY M; MORTRUD M; LOW MJ; MATZUK MM
      CLONING OF THE MOUSE GONADOTROPIN BETA-SUBUNIT-ENCODING GENES .1. STRUCTURE OF THE FOLLICLE-STIMULATING-HORMONE BETA-SUBUNIT-ENCODING GENE

      Gene
    76. KUMAR TR; MATZUK MM
      CLONING OF THE MOUSE GONADOTROPIN BETA-SUBUNIT-ENCODING GENES .2. STRUCTURE OF THE LUTEINIZING-HORMONE BETA-SUBUNIT-ENCODING GENES

      Gene
    77. MATZUK MM; KUMAR TR; VASSALLI A; BICKENBACH JR; ROOP DR; JAENISCH R; BRADLEY A
      FUNCTIONAL-ANALYSIS OF ACTIVINS DURING MAMMALIAN DEVELOPMENT

      Nature
    78. MATZUK MM; KUMAR TR; BRADLEY A
      DIFFERENT PHENOTYPES FOR MICE DEFICIENT IN EITHER ACTIVINS OR ACTIVINRECEPTOR-TYPE-II

      Nature
    79. MATZUK MM; LU NF; VOGEL H; SELLHEYER K; ROOP DR; BRADLEY A
      MULTIPLE DEFECTS AND PERINATAL DEATH IN MICE DEFICIENT IN FOLLISTATIN

      Nature
    80. FENG W; MATZUK MM; MOUNTJOY K; BEDOWS E; RUDDON RW; BOIME I
      THE ASPARGINE-LINKED OLIGOSACCHARIDES OF THE HUMAN CHORIONIC-GONADOTROPIN BETA-SUBUNIT FACILITATE CORRECT DISULFIDE BOND PAIRING

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    81. MATZUK MM; BRADLEY A
      IDENTIFICATION AND ANALYSIS OF TUMOR-SUPPRESSOR GENES USING TRANSGENIC MOUSE MODELS

      Seminars in cancer biology
    82. KEENE JL; NISHIMORI K; GALWAY AB; MATZUK MM; HSUEH AJW; BOIME I
      RECOMBINANT DEGLYCOSYLATED HUMAN FSH IS AN ANTAGONIST OF HUMAN FSH ACTION IN CULTURED RAT GRANULOSA-CELLS

      Endocrine journal
    83. VASSALLI A; MATZUK MM; GARDNER HAR; LEE KF; JAENISCH R
      ACTIVIN INHIBIN BETA-B SUBUNIT GENE DISRUPTION LEADS TO DEFECTS IN EYELID DEVELOPMENT AND FEMALE REPRODUCTION/

      Genes & development
    84. SHIKONE T; MATZUK MM; PERLAS E; FINEGOLD MJ; LEWIS KA; VALE W; BRADLEY A; HSUEH AJW
      CHARACTERIZATION OF GONADAL SEX CORD-STROMAL TUMOR-CELL LINES FROM INHIBIN-ALPHA AND P53-DEFICIENT MICE - THE ROLE OF ACTIVIN AS AN AUTOCRINE GROWTH-FACTOR

      Molecular endocrinology
    85. MATZUK MM; FINEGOLD MJ; MATHER JP; KRUMMEN L; LU H; BRADLEY A
      DEVELOPMENT OF CANCER CACHEXIA SYNDROME AND ADRENAL-TUMORS IN INHIBIN-DEFICIENT MICE

      Journal of cellular biochemistry
    86. INCERTI B; DONG JW; BORSANI G; MATZUK MM
      STRUCTURE OF THE MOUSE GROWTH DIFFERENTIATION FACTOR-9 GENE/

      Biochimica et biophysica acta. Molecular cell research
    87. MATZUK MM; FINEGOLD MJ; MATHER JP; KRUMMEN L; LU H; BRADLEY A
      DEVELOPMENT OF CANCER CACHEXIA-LIKE SYNDROME AND ADRENAL-TUMORS IN INHIBIN-DEFICIENT MICE

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    88. TRUDEAU VL; MATZUK MM; HACHE RJG; RENAUD LP
      OVEREXPRESSION OF ACTIVIN-BETA-A SUBUNIT MESSENGER-RNA IS ASSOCIATED WITH DECREASED ACTIVIN TYPE-II RECEPTOR MESSENGER-RNA LEVELS IN THE TESTES OF ALPHA-INHIBIN DEFICIENT MICE

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications


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